A toe in the water… {revisited]: FINZ presentation

On 21 April 2009 I presented to the Fundraising Institute of New Zealand, Central Division learning lunch. It was the AGM with a free lunch, so there was a good turnout.

My talk was a follow-up to an article published in Foresee Communications “Fundraising in New Zealand”, called “A Toe in the Water: using social networks for good causes” in September 2008. I blogged about the talk here, “Earlier today …. a toe in the water {revisited} talk“.

On this page you’ll find:

  • My presentation – view here or at Slideshare
  • Website links referred to in my presentation – let me know if I missed any
  • Some other useful resources – still working on this

Websites mentioned

ConnectingUp 08 conference, Brisbane
CommunityNet Aotearoa website
CommunityCentral network
Forest & Bird blog
Sounz on YouTube
Hitwise – website statistics
World Internet Project, NZ report, AUT
WFF Climate Action Witness on flickr
End child poverty in New Zealand by 2020 – Facebook cause
WiserEarth network
Intrepid Volunteer Challenge – Ning networking site
Downtown Community Ministry on twitter
flickr Creative Commons photos
Give a little gifting website
Oxfam – website, YouTube, Facebook, flickr and twitter
Sharing Foundation

Other resources

Examples, exemplars

Giving Good Poke: Personal, Socially Networked Fundraising wiki – Beth Kanter
Using Metrics To Harvest Insights About Your Social Media Strategy (16 Jan 2009) – Beth Kanter

Talks and webinars

ConnectingUp 08 keynote presentations, including Bill Strathmann, Network for Good; and Beth Kanter
NTEN/TechSoup Global Webinar Series: Social Media and Storytelling – free online webinars, Jan-Feb 2009

Other guides

The 2008 Online Fundraising Survival Guide: 12 Winning Strategies to Survive & Thrive in a Down Economy, by Network for Good
Using the Internet to Raise Funds and Build Donor Relationships: Tools, Tips and Techniques for Boosting Donations (PDF), by Convivio
“GENERATION G”: That would be G for ‘Generosity’, not G for ‘Greed’ 😉 by trendwatching.com
Global Faces and Networked Places: A Nielsen report on Social Networking’s New Global Footprint

Two guides on twitter….

Share this article